But we’re begging on bended kn-kn-kn-kn-knee
The Associated Press reports that a federal judge in Los Angeles
denied an attempt by Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose and
two former members to stop Geffen Records from releasing a
GN’R greatest hits compilation.
Rose and former band mates Slash and Duff McKagan claim that
they never gave Geffen permission to release the record.
A spokesman for Universal Music Group, which owns Geffen, said
that the album will be released as scheduled next Tuesday.
Mmm… That’s some delicious Diesel
Currently on a concert tour to promote his film
“Greendale,” veteran rocker and environmental activist
Neil Young is traveling the country with a fleet of 17 vegetable
oil-powered vehicles, says Reuters.
P. Diddy could not be reached for comment.
I wanna dance with your crack dealer
Four years after being caught carrying pot in Hawaii’s
Kona Airport and two years after admitting to having dabbled in
alcohol, marijuana, cocaine and pills, Whitney Houston checked into
drug rehab this week, reports E! Online.
Despite her drug debacle, Houston is still less embarrassing
than husband Bobby “My Prerogative” Brown.
No attempt was made to reach P. Diddy.